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Dr Andy Xie: US-China trade war: both sides have reason to compromise, but their differences remain intractable

Dr Andy Xie

Dr Andy Xie has shared his latest insights on the US-China trade war. He thinks that China has its hands full with pork price inflation and Hong Kong unrest while Trump needs happy investors and farmers ahead of the presidential election. But as long as China can’t commit to structural economic reforms and the US […]

Dr Andy Xie: Can Trump keep the US stock market bubble from popping as the world economy slows?

Dr Andy Xie

In his recent SCMP article Dr Andy Xie shares his insights on the global economic outlook. Dr Xie tackles how the US president has managed to keep the market afloat by offering economic nerves and discusses this in relation to the slowing economy in China (and the world). Here are some salient points: As the […]

Haiyan Wang discussed the latest development in the economic ties between China and the US

Haiyan Wang

Haiyan Wang discussed the latest development in the economic ties between China and the US  in her recent interview at CGTN America. CGTN’s Rachelle Akuffo asked Haiyan about China’s foreign trade agreement, confidence of US companies in China’s business landscape and more. Haiyan says “If you look at the overall economic growth, over half of the […]

Dr Dan Steinbock Shared his Insights on TPP

The Trans-Pacific Partnership agreement presents Asia with good, bad and ugly scenarios, says Dr Dan Steinbock. In his commentary, he explains the benefits, costs and limitations of the TPP to the US, China and emerging Asia. He argues that the broader region is not choosing between China and US, but each and both. He also […]

Andy Xie: 21st-century Globalisation Led by the US and China

Dr Andy Xie, renowned Chinese economist, says the world needs China and the US to base their relationship on a shared economic vision. How the 21st century pans out depends on how China and the US relate to each other. If they form an effective partnership, the globalisation that began after the cold war will […]

Peggy Liu on the Importance of Dialogue between China and the US on Combating Climate Change

China and the United States are the world’s two biggest powers and polluters- so how important is an open dialogue between the two superpowers when it comes to combating global warming and climate change? Peggy Liu shared her insights on the importance of dialogue between China and the US on climate change. Peggy Liu Peggy […]

David Daokui Li on Asia Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB)

Prof David Daokui Li shared his insights on the Asia Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB) and it’s impact on the US in his new Wall Street Journal article. The new China-initiated Asia Infrastructure Investment Bank is a greater setback for the U.S. than many realize. Despite the Obama administration’s efforts to persuade its longtime allies not […]

Ann Lee: “What the US Could Learn From China” Speech

Ann Lee speaks on What the US Could Learn From China…   Ann Lee Book author, a former investment banker and hedge fund partner, Ann Lee is a frequent media commentator on economic issues, finance issues, and U.S.-China relations. Ann is also an adjunct professor of economics and finance at New York University and a former […]

China Passes US in Online Retail

China’s Ministry of Commerce released data showing huge growth in terms of Online Retail. Chinese consumers spent $296.57 billion online in 2013, 13% more than their American counterparts ($262.51 billion in 2013). That means China is now the biggest market for online retail. Chinese online retail market showed a 41.2% growth rate from 2012, a […]

Haiyan Wang Debated on Innovation Race Between the U.S. and China

Haiyan Wang debated on the innovation race between the U.S. and China, defending the motion that ‘America is winning the innovation race’. Haiyan Wang Haiyan Wang is Managing Partner of the China India Institute, a Washington DC based research consultancy with a focus on creating winning global strategies that leverage the transformational rise of China and […]

Dr Geoff Raby on US-China Relations

Geoff Raby, Australia’s former ambassador to China, says in an ABC News Interview that Beijing welcomes US presence in Asia, but it will continue to address international problems on a bilateral basis. Dr Geoff Raby Dr Raby was the Australian Ambassador to China from February 2007 to August 2011 and Deputy Secretary of the Department […]

Ann Lee: China-US Economic Relations

The US financial community is closely watching China’s shadow-banking system, concerned whether it will cause China’s financial system to collapse, said Ann Lee, a leading expert on China-US economic relations, for China’s national English-language newspaper ChinaDaily. Ann Lee Book author, a former investment banker and hedge fund partner, Ann Lee is a frequent media commentator […]

Rob Keopp: Will China Overtake The US?

Will China overtake the US? Rob Keopp, author of “Betting on China”, was interviewed by “Dialogue” of CCTV where he shared his insights on China and the US. Watch the video here… Rob Koepp Rob Koepp is a trilingual (English, Chinese, and Japanese) author and consultant based in Beijing. With a career spanning the worlds of […]

Rob Keopp on CCTV Sharing Insights on the IMF Reforms for the US and China

Rob Keopp recently appeared on CCTV’s “Dialogue” (Tian Wei hosting) to discuss the implications of IMF reforms for the US and China. Watch the video here… Rob Koepp Rob Koepp is a trilingual (English, Chinese, and Japanese) author and consultant based in Beijing. With a career spanning the worlds of commentary and execution in management, economics, […]

Andy Xie on the US Economy and It’s Possible Default…

The US Government Shutdown has revealed many underlying issues of the US Economy. Renowned Economist Andy Xie, shared his insights on CaixinOnline on the possible default of the US Government, and why it is time to buy gold. The US Government Shutdown The U.S. government shutdown reflects irreconcilable differences among different group of the population. […]